The End Of The Blame Game

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Deolu Akinyemi

The blame game requires passing the buck around and ensuring it leaves your hand before the music stops. Where the music lasts, the only other end play is accepting responsibility.

Nigeria will never improve because people know her problems. Nigeria will improve when a critical few decide to look within, be the change they want to see and inspire it in others. We must be tired enough of the status quo, be courageous enough to challenge existing authority, and visionary enough to dream of a different outcome.

We can run from the problem, but the problem will eventually catch up with us. We can hide, but not for long. Many years from now, in whatever country we have managed to station, we will be reminded by the problems we thought we left behind.

The blame game stops when a critical few decide it’s time to without office – Organize, without authority – Influence. When the common citizen leverages the size of the citizenry. On that day, the buck stops.

5 organized lions constitute themselves as a terror to a herd of 1,000 heavier Buffaloes. The day we organize ourselves, is the day we have the powerđź’Ş to change the order of things.

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